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Chelsea supporters' trust chairman urges antisemitic songs to stop

Alexis Nunes and Stevie Nicol predict this weekend's Premier League fixtures, including a heavyweight matchup between Liverpool and Manchester United.

LONDON -- A minority of Chelsea supporters risk the possibility of driving Roman Abramovich away from the club if they refuse to stop singing antisemitic songs, the chair of the club's supporters' trust has warned.

UEFA are in the process of deciding whether to charge Chelsea for the chanting of some of their 1,273 away fans during Thursday's 2-2 draw with Vidi in the Europa League. After the match a club spokesman said those who had used a derogatory word in reference to rivals Tottenham had...

Premier League warns fans to not behave 'unacceptably' amid alleged incidents

Alexis Nunes and Stevie Nicol predict this weekend's Premier League fixtures, including a heavyweight matchup between Liverpool and Manchester United.
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The Premier League has acknowledged that a small number of fans have behaved "unacceptably" at matches and urged supporters to conduct themselves in a respectful manner in light of recent alleged discriminatory incidents.

Chelsea banned four supporters this week pending a police investigation into alleged racial abuse of Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling in the sides' league fixture last weekend.

The Metropolitan Police also charged four men following incidents in the North London derby between...

Chelsea face possible probe after alleged antisemitic chants during Europa League match

Chelsea are facing the prospect of a UEFA investigation into alleged antisemitic chanting by their supporters during Thursday's match against Vidi in the Europa League.

The match, which ended 2-2, was marred from the opening minutes by reports on social media of antisemitic chanting coming from the section of Groupama Arena that housed the 1,273 Chelsea supporters who had travelled to Budapest.

Shortly after the final whistle, a Chelsea spokesman issued an official statement condemning the chanting...